Continuing Professional Development

The East Manchester Teaching School Hub is committed to signposting, developing, and delivering a wide continual professional development (CPD) offer that meets the needs of teachers and leaders across the region. We will provide clear and direct signposting to:

  • DfE accredited and approved programmes
  • Existing high quality CPD provision, which is complementary to that of the ECF, NPQs and DfE approved programmes

We will also work with colleagues across the region to identify where there are unmet gaps in the CPD provision and support the commissioning and design of CPD to meet these needs.

Wider CPD that is signposted or offered through the Teaching Hub will be procured and quality assured to confirm that the programme meets the standards for teachers’ professional development

Curriculum Hubs

The East Manchester Teaching School Hub promotes the work of the Maths, English, Computing and Science Curriculum Hubs in our region.

Please visit the relevant provider website for the most up to date information and to book CPD.

Curriculum HubPhaseLinked documents
North West 1 Maths Hub (Oldham)Primary and SecondaryMaths Hub NCP 2021-22
Turing North West Maths Hub (Tameside)Primary and SecondaryMaths Hub NCP 2021-22
Greater Manchester Science Learning PartnershipPrimary and SecondaryGMSLP Secondary programme overview
Computing HubSecondary
The Arch English HubPrimary

Oldham Research School

The Research Schools Network is a collaboration Education Endowment Foundation(EEF) and Institute for Effective Education (IEE) to create a network of schools that support the use of evidence to improve teaching practice.

The Oldham Research School by The Greetland Academy – led by Dr Jo Pearson, draws on a team of Research Champions with track records for excellence in the use of research and development, to deliver sustainable school improvement strategies, build capacity and improve outcomes for learners.

The Research School provides a rich source of expertise for schools across the region. It will:

  • Provide accessible summaries of educational research, blogs about education evidence
  • Provide evidence-based training and support that is open to all schools and reflects local priorities
  • Work closely with a small group of partner schools to develop their capacity and understanding of evidence so that they can support other schools aross the region

For the full details and up to date information please visit the website

East Manchester Teaching School Hub is proud to be part of the Cranmer Education Trust

Cranmer Education Trust is a company limited by guarantee and an exempt charity. Company registration number: 07687709. Registered Office: Cranmer Education Trust, c/o The Blue Coat School, Egerton Street, Oldham OL1 3SQ